Viking sword „Hedmark” IX c. - type "K"

Viking sword „Hedmark” IX c. - type "K"

Copy of the Viking sword that was in use in IX c. This sword was found in Amot county (Hedmark) in Norway. Petersen includes this weapon in type K.

Casted cross and pommel is polished and then may be patined (see pictures below). All these elements are molded in our workshop and then polished or patinated as ordered. The grip is made of hard wood and then wrapped with natural leather. For an individual order it can be also hand sewn.

The sword has a full battle ready forged blade with no sharp edges. Wide fuller allows to keep the weight as low as possible while the sword is still very well balanced.

As an option we also offer scabbards:
made of thick leather - decorated with embossed pattern or
made of wood and covered with leather.
Each one has a shoe (chappe) made in our foundry workshop.

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Warning! Sharp edges blade is very dangerous to be used during combat. We take no responsibility for effects of such using.



  • blade width at cross 5 cm
  • grip length 12,5 cm
  • center of balance 8 cm
  • weight 1,05 kg
  • blade length 70 cm
  • total length 87 cm

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Product customization
blade polishing
polished blade 51.28 €
mat blade  
brass parts
brown leather  
black leather  
wooden scabbard covered with leather 228.20 €
no scabbard  
leather made scabbard 151.28 €
sharpened blade 46.15 €
blunt blade  

250.16 € tax incl.
250.16 € tax excl.

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